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Pre-owned Ophthalmic Surgical Equipment

At EyePriceMedical.com we provide quality, pre-owned Ophthalmic surgical equipment enabling your practice to perform 
Ophthalmic surgeries and provide services to your patients in the most economical manner.

You provide the surgical solutions for a variety of Ophthalmic conditions.  We provide the equipment you need, including the following types of surgical equipment:
  • Phaco Machines
  • Vitrectomy Machines
  • MicroKeratomes
  • Phacos (AMO, Alcon, Bausch and Lomb)

If you are in need of any Ophthalmic Surgical equipment not listed here, please let us know.  

For quotes, questions or to place an order, please contact CedarBrand Medical at eyemachines@aol.com or call (216) 633-2218

Alcon Infinity Phaco Machine 
Alcon Infinity Phaco Machine

Alcon Accurus Vitrectomy machine 
Alcon Accurus Vitrectomy machine

AMO Compact Phaco Machine
AMO Compact Phaco Machine

AMO Diplomax Phaco Machine
AMO Diplomax Phaco Machine


Cataract defined
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

cataract is a clouding that develops in the crystalline lens of the eye or in its envelope, varying in degree from slight to complete opacity and obstructing the passage of light. Early in the development of age-related cataract, the power of the lens may be increased, causing near-sightedness (myopia), and the gradual yellowing and opacification of the lens may reduce the perception of blue colours. Cataracts typically progress slowly to cause vision loss, and are potentially blinding if untreated. The condition usually affects both eyes, but almost always one eye is affected earlier than the other

Vitrectomy defined
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Originated by Robert Machemer, M.D. and facilitated by Thomas M. Aaberg, Sr., M.D. in late 1969 and early 1970, the original purpose of vitrectomy was to remove clouded vitreous—usually containing blood. The success of these first procedures led to the development of techniques and instruments to remove clouding and also to peel scar tissue off the light sensitive lining of the eye—the retina—membranectomy, to provide space for materials injected in the eye to reattach the retina such as gases or liquid silicone, and to increase the efficacy of other surgical steps such as scleral buckle.

An explosion of new instruments and surgical strategies through the 1970s and 1980s was spearheaded by surgeon/engineer Steve Charles, M.D. More recent advances have included smaller and more refined instruments for use in the eye, the injection of various medications at the time of surgery to manipulate a detached retina into its proper position and mark the location of tissue layers to allow their removal, and for long term protection against scar tissue formation.

Ophthalmology defined
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Ophthalmology is the branch of medicine which deals with the anatomy, physiology and diseases of the eye. An ophthalmologist is a specialist in medical and surgical eye problems. Since ophthalmologists perform operations on eyes, they are considered to be both surgical and medical specialists.

The word ophthalmology comes from the Greek roots ophthalmos meaning eye and logos meaning word, thought, or discourse; ophthalmology literally means "the science of eyes". "Opthomology" is a common mis-hearing or mis-remembering of the term. As a discipline, it applies to animal eyes also, since the differences from human practice are surprisingly minor and are related mainly to differences in anatomy or prevalence, not differences in disease processes. However, veterinary medicine is regulated separately in many countries and states/provinces resulting in few ophthalmologists treating both humans and animals.